I would love to have a craft room someday. The idea that you can have a place in your home where you can let the creative juices flow and design it completely in your style and surround yourself by what inspires you sounds so amazing! When I go to the bookstore, I love to flip through “Where Women Create” and see such beautiful women share their journey in the art world, doing something they are passionate about and seeing them in their natural environment (their studio). Their studios turn into something that reflects them, their style and their personality. How cool is that?
Here are some studios/craft rooms I love!
Love the creative lighting and the wood flooring.
Robin Luciano Beaty‘s Studio-Visit her website! Her studio is awesome and her artwork is beautiful!
In the post “recent artwork” it was brought to my attention by a reader that I did not give credit where it was due. First off, I do not consider myself an artist nor do I sell anything I make. In that post, I was trying to paint some canvases to decorate my home reflecting Casey Wiegand’s art style. I honestly did not mean anything by not giving her credit, and looking back I can completely see why someone would be mad about it. I try to keep up with that stuff as much as possible and I am sorry I overlooked this particular post. It hopefully will not happen again.
Thanks for bringing this to my attention. On a happier note, do go check out Mrs. Wiegand’s artwork. She is an amazing artist and a great inspiration!
I have been wanting to do this for years, but have been waiting until my first Valentine’s together with my husband! Let me first say, I am not a good gift giver. I am one of those people who want you to tell them exactly what you want. My husband, on the other hand, is a great gift giver. So I thought this would be a great opportunity for me to be spontaneous and enjoy gift giving.
For the past month, I have been ordering things, researching Pinterest for ideas and trying to get Michael to confess things he wished he had (without him knowing what’s up). I’m sure he was a little suspicious of the box that said “IF YOU OPEN THIS, YOU WILL BE GREATLY DISAPPOINTED AND WILL SUFFER THE WRATH OF YOUR WIFE” and the goofy grin on my face every time he asked me what was in it. I have had so much fun coming up with ideas! Some days I will be giving him a store-bought gift, but other days it will be a homemade gift or cooking/baking something special for him.
If you struggle with giving gifts, I urge you to try something like this. It lets you be creative and excited about the whole gift giving process. Plus, it is always nice to let your spouse know how much you love them!
Here are some of my favorite days: